TIX LED Clock Is Great Way To Tell Time

Posted: Jul 22 2010, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:33am CDT, in News | Back to School

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The TIX LED Clock is available at thinkgeek for $39.99.

Imagine going back to school. All the supplies you will have bought. All the new friends you will make. All the classes you will take. What about knowing what time to get to these all-important classes. Would it not be fun to have a clock that is a piece of art and a puzzle at the same time? That is what the TIX LED Clock gives you.

There are so many possible combinations in this futuristic-looking Tix clock, yet once you know how it is very simple to read. However, be sure not to tell people right away, let them try to figure it out themselves. To read use the four separate fields like the four digits of a digital clock. The value of each digit is simply the number of illuminated squares in each field. So any given day will have thousands of different ways of displaying time. If you are still confused, the clock in the picture is displaying 12:34. Make all your friends and family wonder get yours today.

The TIX LED Clock is available at thinkgeek for $39.99.

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